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SYDNEY — Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has doubled down on his pledge that all international passengers will require a COVID vaccine to fly.
He said that the airline has made the decision because it has a “duty of care to our people” and it would put “safety ahead of popularity”.

The comments come the day after UK became the first major Western country in the world to approve a jab.

Speaking to journalists, Joyce said, “As the Prime Minister said, it will become a binary choice for international travellers to either get the vaccine or quarantine for two weeks. And quarantine places are very limited.

“Our position on this is clear. We have a duty of care to our people and our passengers, and once a safe and effective vaccine becomes readily available, it will be a requirement for travel on our international services.#
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